I'm working on a few things back and forth that I'll get around to posting when I can look at it without thinking 'I can make this look a lot better'. All of them are 40k related, sorry if that disappoints anyone.
The stuff in question is:
PDF Scum and Dark Eldar - Still being heavily worked on and fixed up.
Rogue Trader and Eldar Corsair - Done a little bit of framework
SoB and Saint - Haven't actually started with this one yet.
I did have a question for /tg/ about the last one. I know being declared a Living Saint is something that's really rare in the 40kverse and most Saints are named after they've been killed doing whatever it was that made them a candidate for Sainthood in the first place.
That being said, what would you need to do to be named a Saint? Also, is there something similar to that that would be respected far and wide that isn't as rare or carry as much power?
The basic idea behind that particular bit of writefaggotry is a relatively young and new SoB admires some hero-that being the Saint character, though obviously this will be changed if I can find something that's not so amazing but still worth respecting and talking about-almost like a fangirl, then practically bursting into spaghetti when she finds out that the 'Saint' in question will be visiting the planet she and her sisters are stationed on and that after his arrival, he personally selects her to be his bodyguard.
What she doesn't know is that in public, he is very humble and somber man and does his duty for the Emprah with every ounce of diligence and humility one that could be considered a saint would be expected to deliver but in private, he's pretty much 'just another guy'.
Then again, I don't know the 40kverse inside and out so maybe this last idea is just shit and I should scrap it. I'unno.